Eastern Courier : May 18th 2011
12 EASTERN COURIER, MAY 18, 2011 PHONE: 576 5990 www.pakurangaparkvillage.co.nz Visit our Showhome at Fortunes Road, Pakuranga. WHEN IT'S TIME TO RETIRE IT'S TIME TO START LIVING!!! • Enjoy the freedom of NO external home maintenance • Enjoy large luxury villas with internal garaging • Enjoy the 24hour on site security • Enjoy the privacy, space and park like surroundings • Enjoy a true village atmosphere • Enjoy the Half Moon Bay location and all it offers • Enjoy the activities, amenities and the companionship Independent Villas Serviced Apartments Rest Home *Independent Living Apartments nearing completion* 3420633AM VANITIES, TOILETS,SHOWERS, TAPWARE, LAUNDRY TUBS, MIRRORS, BATHROOM FURNITURE ALL REDUCED TO CLEAR. TRADING HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8.30 - 5.00 | SATURDAY 8.30 - 4.00 EAST TAMAKI - PH: 09 272 4169 UNIT P/150 HARRIS RD Stores: Albany | East Tamaki | New Lynn | Whangarei | Hamilton | Mt Maunganui | Palmerston North We're Serious About Bathrooms Supply & installation of quality timber flooring. Solid timber, veneers & laminates - new floors or restorations. Full Guarantees. Visit our showroom 9 Allens Road, East Tamaki (rear unit) Mon - Fri 9am-5pm & Sat 10-1pm email firstname.lastname@example.org WINNER Timber Floor of the Year www.jhf.co.nz 0800 999 543 Advertising Feature enterprise & Business Appetising new apple treat for high tea' Oven-fresh: Peter Oostendorp with one of the first batches of Bakers Delight's apple strudel scones -- fit for a queen and perfect for your high tea! Polish your silver, dust off your china, set the table with your finest linen -- and create a high tea fit for the queen with the new fresh baked Apple Strudel Scone from Bakers Delight. The humble scone dates back to the 19th century and was orig- inally round, flat, made with oats and cooked on a griddle. Scones are most popu- lar in the United King- dom, Canada, the USA, Australia and right here in New Zealand and remain a much-loved treat for morning and afternoon tea. Two centuries later and Bakers Delight is adding a touch of sophis- tication to the ancient delicacy with the appe- tising new apple strudel scone. Tomorrow, May 19 Bakers Delight bakeries in Howick, Pakuranga and Botany Downs are releasing the apple strudel scone, full of real apple chunks, juicy sul- tanas and finished with a crunchy cinnamon top- ping. Howick bakery oper- ator Peter Oostendorp is excited about the scone s launch. We re really looking forward to promoting the much anticipated apple strudel scone for the next three weeks. We have a sneaking suspicion that it might just become our most popular scone and sur- pass the current favour- ite with customers -- our fresh baked date scone. It s the perfect addition to every high tea, says Peter. High teas usually con- sist of dainty cakes, sandwiches and mini savouries and are par- ticularly fashionable in New Zealand. A little word of advice for those hosting high teas ... send your invitations well in advance ... three-tiered platters are a must ... and in the case of Bakers Delight s apple strudel scones, no jam or cream required. For those attending a high tea, avoid talking with your mouth full, eat only small bite-size pieces and keep an eye on your hostess; she s likely to signal the end of tea time by placing her napkin loosely to the left of her plate! The Apple Strudel Scone is available from May 19 until June 8. Apple strudel scones are available individually for $2.50 each, $7.90 for a four-pack or $9.99 for a six-pack.
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